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THIS WEEK
Commit to Community Radio!
  Producer: Jessica Alice
Broadcast: Friday 9 May
March in March

This week we are urging our listeners to commit to community radio. Go to http://committocommunityradio.org.au before Tuesday 13 May and email Joe Hockey via the online form to show your support for community broadcasting and urge the federal government not to cut our funding. This program features a past interview with March in March speaker Van Badham.

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20TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL

On the Record: 20 Years of Women's Radio
A special radio series funded by the Victorian Women's Trust, featuring archive audio from 20 years of Women on the Line.
Read more about On The Record at projects, or listen below:

#1. Feminists Making Waves
#2. Violence & The Law
#3. Survival
#4. Dismantling the Glass Ceiling
#5. Affirmative Politics
#6. Not The Same
#7. A Question Of Choice
#8. Advertising Bodies

CBAA Highly Commended for Best Special Broadcast 2007
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You're my best friend
Producer: Clemmie Wetherall
Broadcast: Friday 2 May

Animals play a significant role in our lives, particularly our pets. But are all animals’ lives of equal worth? And what do we do when our pets lives are in peril, how can we protect them from a violent household? On this weeks show we talk to Pam Ahern, the founder and owner of Edgar’s Mission, a farm sanctuary in Victoria and Judy Johnson from the Eastern Domestic Violence Outreach Services explains the connection between domestic violence and animal abuse.

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Feminism - now what?
   
 

The Politics of Black Hair
Producer: Areej Nur
Broadcast: Friday 28 April

Afro-diasporic experiences of hair are complex, so much so that Ameisa Meima Konneh wrote her honours thesis on it. I speak with her and Layla Hackman, co-founder of black African arts collective, Still Nomads about the nature of these complexities and some upcoming events!

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Street Harrassment
Producer: Amy Middleton
Broadcast: Friday 21 April

Street harassment is a disturbingly universal issue throughout Australia and the world. We speak to Simone Flanagan, co-director of Hollaback, Australia's anti-street harassment organisation, about the movement to raise awareness of this destructive behaviour and the effect it has on its victims.

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